A personal miscellany.
This is great. When I was out yesterday, I noticed that the clouds had changed from being the high thin clouds of winter to the deep and rolling ones of spring.Thanks for being the first contributor to One Single Impression, and thanks for a beautiful first contribution.
I love this one. I've been noticing clouds a lot lately, and trying to figure out just how they fit in my daily routine.
and i applaud their decision to keep moving!!!!!
I am doing a cloud unit with second graders. May I share your poem for inspiration. They have painted clouds and are now writing a poem for their painting.Love this and I love looking at clouds.
An excellent one-line haiku mandy; I like how the word "move" is so pivotal.
Good! I love clouds so your one liner would appeal to me. And I like how the clouds are showing a face.
very sweet! i must share this with my son, an aspiring meteorologist & show him how poetry & weather combine so nicely!
they're blowing our way too..supposed to be 100% chance of rain tonight..it texas, that means it might rain...
Love the thought here - we've gone from gray, gray and more gray to a shift toward blue - move is a key word!
Really like the way "cumulus moves" moves in my unverbalized speech -- it changes. :-)
Sandy is optimistic! Your poem is beautiful. I actually feel the movement of the gentle giant clouds. http://www.blogger.com/img/gl.link.gif. Thank you.
Ok: third time here!!My change is here. Thank you.
This speaks to my love of beautiful and interesting clouds.
are they moving toanother locale or dothey run from this one?
And in our mind too !
Lovely presentation, Mandy! This is my first time participating in this wonderful project!
This is nice on several levels. Thanks for sharing.
i love looking at clouds...beautiful photo and words
Wonderful, pure and simple.
simple and to the point; watch nature and listen to her messages!rel
This is a good one pure and to the point.
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